Driver erratically strikes cars along the parkway

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ON Saturday (August 11), a white Volkswagen Jetta was seen driving erratically and colliding into cars along the Tuggeranong Parkway. 

The Volkswagen first struck a car at about 12.20pm when it reversed into a vehicle before driving off along Hindmarsh Drive, Phillip.

It then travelled onto the Tuggeranong Parkway towards Belconnen, where it was reported to be driving erratically. Around this time, the vehicle has also collided with another vehicle towing a trailer.

Police were contacted, and a short time later the vehicle was intercepted on College Street, Belconnen.

Anyone who witnessed, or may have dash-cam footage of the incidents involving the Volkswagen Jetta are urged to contact police.

Police would also like to speak to the driver of the vehicle towing the trailer that was struck by the Volkswagen on the Tuggeranong Parkway.

Anyone information can go to 1800 333000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website using reference number 6296614.

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